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drive on

to continue driving; to continue with one's journey. We drove on for a little while. The traffic jam is breaking up, so we can drive on.
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drive someone on (to something)

to make someone move onward toward some kind of success. She said her parents drove her on to finish law school. They drove on their daughter to great things. The thought of earning a large salary drove him on.
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